Indiana online job search contract goes to Monster

The Indiana Department of Workforce Development has awarded a $2.8 million contract to Monster Government Solutions to build a statewide online job search and recruitment system.

Under the contract, Monster Government Solutions of McLean, Va., will construct and manage a job recruitment system that will offer job seekers a central location to view a variety of career opportunities available in the state.

The company also will provide employers seeking qualified employees with the suite of new tools to find candidates. Job seekers and firms will be able to use the core functions of the new system at no cost, company and state officials said.

The system will give Indiana a fresh approach to job-matching services for both job seekers and employers alike, said Ron Stiver, the department's commissioner.

William Welsh is the deputy editor of Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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